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July 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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July 29, 1971

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HusTLING ELMER HERREL, shown here during the Tuesday night, collected two of Shelton's hits in the game lost, 1-0, on Loop Field. - % ~!~i~ BULLDOZERS WRECK a house on Mountain View where a branch of Harvey's Feed Store will be built shortly. The work on the house was done Thursday afternoon, but crews had already leveled much of the area. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ m ARGUMENTS HIGHLIGHTED Tuesday's American Stadium. Here, the gang gathers at home plate to discuss By JIM KNEELAND Dan Laremer, the losing Lincoln's lone run came off a ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ hurler, pitched a good game, single by Lewis, who in turn was Shelton's American Legion giving only four hits three singles driven in with a triple off the bat MEN'S SUMMER TRIO TEEN TRIO baseball team fell to its heels in a and a triple. Laremer also donated of Heblick. Fisher and Mangan Men's Hi Game: Norm Men's HiGame:ClayKeith182. Demo men ppose one-to-nothing defeat dealt by two walks, also got hitsoff the Shelton Schimschat204 Men's Hi Series: Clay Keith & ~ola of Tacoma in a game Men's Hi Series: Norm Dave Stole 470. ;~,~,~t,On'~ ,~3~ hitters ~ere htur~l~, ~ ~, :~,~.~i ......... Schimschat 762. Women's Hi Game: Cindy ' .... l)llryed Tuesday evening at Loop lerry hnigl~t~ vyho got a single, Shelton's Legion team ~j~:~ Standings: Final - Evergreen Anderson 187. "We urgently protest aghinst " 'The Bikini blast in March" patriotic thai~ Field. and Elmer He~'rel, who smashed wind up its season Saturday in Masonry League champs trophiesWomen s Hi Series: Cindy the five-megaton underground 1954, spread far more radiation Project Can~ two singles. Knight and Duly Longview. If all goes well they381/2-161/z; John Kimmel -- Bob Anderson 448. nuclear explosion scheduled forover the Pacific than was that the PreSi~" y G Lanman -- Klaus Hoephner Standings: Bombers 19303 next O, ctober on Amchitka expected. A Hiroshima-sized made the first base bag by way of have a chance at third place in the Prarrie Roosters 2nd Place Zits 19,150, 3 Stooges19,008, explosion underground in Nevada ,., Donke ome walks. Dirksen got on first when league. Trophies 33-22; Ralph Simpson-- Lilliwap 18,871, Reefers 18,813, Island, declared the last last year caused radio-active IMI~ ~I~OI'1~ A_._...__L ,~ he washitbyapitch. Tom OIson--Jim KolowinskiSr. Screwballs 18,593, Bal Bear ngs resolution adopted by the Jel 28Vz-26Vz; Renegades 18,170. . ~ 28Vz-26Vz; Service Master Bombers, Louis Zoren 386; Washington State Federation of fallout in thirteen states and roB* ~- 24]/z-30Vz; Timber Bowl 20-35; Ball Bearings, Jacki Grewe 292; Democratic Women at its 1971 Canada. ~ '. yc eswillsponsor Trailblazers G ab Season HighGameScratch--JackScrewballs, Cheryl Nolan 417;convention held July 15, 16 at We do not know enough /~\-k ~' about the crust of the planet on(:~ff~/" f. a donkey baseball game at Loop phi Frost 266; Season High Game Zits, Clay Keith 470 3 Stooges,the Holiday Inn near Everett. This which we live to risk the Handicap -- Mac Mclnelly 266; Mike Nolan 443; Lilliwap, Cindyresolution was presented by Mrs. wilIFieldbattleAUgUStwithg" Thethe SheltonJaycee teamgirls Numerous Tro es SeasOnFrost 846High SerieSfour games;Scratch --SeasonJaCk StoleAnderson470. 448; Reefers, Dave Anne Jacobson of Pierce County.earthquakes Cannikin may cause. -aal/, baseball team while mounted on High Series Handicap -- Ralph It was drafted by Alice Franklin Such earthquakes and the venting SatUrn the often-reluctant donkeys. The last few weeks have been Waite won the open class and a Simpson 880 four games; Most Bryant, a member of City-Wide of radio-active material, leading to stated Improved average- Tom Leonard Starting time is 7:00 p.m. very busy and quite rewarding for week later copped a fourth place 12 pin increase. Democratic Club and chairman ofthe contamination of the fish of Advance tickets may be the members of the Shelton Trail trophy in the same class while Evergreen Masonry 4, Bob Seattle Branch Women's the Pacific could make the U.S. Alex ~, purchased at Apex Grocery and Blazers Motorcycle Club. Terry Brocha got a third place in Lanman 736; Prarrie Roosters 1, International League for Peace A. appear a villain. Miller's Shoe Dept., or at the gate. The Wednesday night series of the very competitive 250cc class. Tom Olson 703; Jel 0, L.C. and Freedom. "Nothing could be more Arnold L. (') Leman 699; Renegades 5, Norm x Homelitd150 Automatic Chain Saw Aulomatic oiling for bar and cutting chain adjustable for hght or heavy-duty cutting, Automatic all-weather starter for quick 'n easy starting. Automatic one-piece clutch - the industry's sim~ plest, most /~. v~_.y _ \ reliable clutch./~IAQSS" Come in and [ II-lrll/ MIIIrlull~tu rlfll see the 150 ,-~ ~au~lct"r!" worlO S Des[ IL pi,ce w~h ~Z~ n V I I bit atttl chim chai saw a ue~.'=~c~=*~' It has all the fea- motorcycle field meets and trials has ended and the winners for the six event series are, 1st Ed Waite, 2nd John Cookson, 3rd John Castle, 4th Doug Richards and 5th Terry Richards, the only girl entry in the entire series. Two weeks ago the Trail Blazers were invited to a field meet at the Olympia Two Wheelers Club grounds. Eight trophys were given out and Doug Richards and John Cookson brought home four of them, two apiece. Recently at a Rainier Saturday night scramble, Charlie Loitz won the "B" main in the 200 cc class. At a twin city M/C scramble near Tenino, George Last Saturday at Jarrell's Cove Marina on Harstine Island the Trail Blazers held their annual picnic with games and prizes for both the youngsters and the adults, a good time was enjoyed by everyone. At the Castle Rock National race at Castle Rock, Wash., Jim Einarsson won trophy dash and placed second in the novice main against the best novice riders in the country. This last week end he won the Elma mile in the novice class by a big margin. Jim ranks second in points at Graham, Wash., track and number two in the state. He is one of the top novice riders in the nation. The Trail Blazers are very proud of Jim. tures you'd expect on more expensive models. MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 Schimschat 762; Service Master 4, Jim Kolowinski Jr. 584; Timber Bowl 1, Mac Mclnellv R:)~ TEEN TRIO Men's Hi Game: Jim Hays 187. Men's Hi Series: Clay Keith 469. Women's Hi Game: Cindy Anderson 141. Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller 386. Standings: Bombers 21,039, Zits 20,873, Lilliwap 20,691, 3 Stooges 20,656, Reefers 20,350, Screwballs 20,304, Ball Bearings 19,906. Lilliwap, Jim Hay 440; Ball Bearings, Debi Decker 322; 3 Stooges, Mike Nolan 424; Screwballs, Gall Fuller 386; Reefers, Jim Waldrip 356; Zits, Clay Keith 469; Bombers, Mike Dale & Louis Zoren 346. ADULT-JR. FINALS: Mac & Dave 14,222, L.C. & Rusty 14,220. Mabel & Clay 14,191, Ev & Jim 13,985, Larry & Chris 13,964, Ralph & Scott 13,857, Millie & Mike 13,841, Marlis & Bob 13,797, AI & Kerry 13,716. Our congratulations to the following Award Winners: 1st Place -- Mac & Dave; 2nd Place -- L.C. & Rusty; WlBC Hdcp. Series -- Millie Nelson -- 696; ABC Most Improved --Larry Hanson +5; WIBC Most Improved- Marlis Monger +4. Park Events Listed Park events for the week of August 2 will include kick ball, dodge ball, tagball and softball in Kneeland Park from I l a.m. until 4 p.m. on Monday. "Bike Derby Day" will be held from 1 1 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday in Callanan Park. Friday will be free-for-all day in Kneeland Park. Bring a game. It all begins on Friday at 5 P.M. The low weekend Long Distance Rate on all calls out-of-state. And it lasts until 5 P.M. on Sunday. Just dial the call yourself anytime during that period. And you'll save. Complete Long Distance dialing information is in the Call Guide section in the front of your phone book. Pacific Northwest Bell STARTS YOU BUYING NEW HOME TOBINIKI & 317 S. IST ST. Phone 426-3232 Anytime 426-8833 Evenings Call Collect Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 29, 1971 "Maybe they're going into extra innings but I'm not!" Mrs. Bryant says: "This underground explosion, 'Project Cannikin,' scheduled about Oct. 1 is a five-megaton blast. That means it is equivalent to five million tons of TNT - it is 250 times as powerful as the bomb which destroyed Hiroshima. "Yet the Atomic Energy Commission is giving out the usual reassurances that it will do no harm. After Congressman Chet Holifield conducted hearings on radiation in 1957 he wrote, 'The Atomic Energy Commission has continually given out assurances that we have nothing to worry about, and yet we find, using testimony from their own experts, that there is reason to worry.' OF THE DAY with turbo hydramatic, power steering, bra and seat, rear defroster, tinted glaSS, tad speaker, whitewall tires and with beautiful white finish accented by black cloth interior. SALE PRICED AT ONLY Stop in at Mell's and join oar ;100 and get a $100 gift discount pickup in our large stock on if you cannot find the car or pic will receive a nice gift with our wishes. Quick Service -- part~ MOO. Wherever you hail/rom ' you re always welcome at our brewery. We have tours going on every day/rom 8 to 4:30. So drop in, up or over, etc. Olympia Brewing Company Now celebrating 75 years in the same location, ts Tumwater, Washington. Oly * 1st. Rental $ 426-4426 Visit Chev's No. 1 Award win~ Manager Bruce Willey (we tr